Posted On: 02/22/21 2:52 PM

The state of Arizona is loaded with undergraduate quarterbacks. The class of 2023 boasts a number of dual-threat signal-callers as well as many with rifle arms. Here is a profile of the top five juniors:

Jordan GileJordanGile6'0" | QBChandler | 2023StateAZ: is a 6-0, 190 pound junior from Chandler High School. He is rated the number one quarterback in the state and plays for a team that went undefeated in 2020. Chandler won their conference last December, defeating rival Hamilton High School, 23-21, in the AIA Open Division.

As a 12-year old in elementary school, this dual-threat quarterback was selected by the National Sports Report as one of eight elite youth players in the country and the only quarterback to be named a ’platinum star’ player. "I’ve never seen a faster release and the ball get to the target as fast as it does," said NSR President Warren Preston for this sixth-grader.

Earlier in February, tuning up for the fall season, Gile led his Redrum team to go undefeated in the Zone Elite 7 v 7 Super Bowl Classic with competing teams from different states. Jordan was the Most Valuable Player for the weekend tournament, throwing 36 touchdown passes with only one

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